Easter Tiffin

If you have kids – and even if you don’t – Easter tends to be a time of unbridled chocolate eating, sugar rushes and sticky fingers. So you may as well go the whole hog and make this indulgent tiffin. Continue reading

Chocolate Tiffin Crunch

Image of tiffin in close-up

I love the word tiffin. In south Asia, it’s a packed lunch or between-meal snack. In the UK, it’s come to mean a sort of fridge cake made from (usually) crushed biscuits and chocolate, although the word cake here is misleading. Whatever, it’s quick to make and seems to be popular with chocaholics, children, husbands and builders. Continue reading